History DarthWiki / OutlawStarr

9th Feb '16 5:17:07 PM MarkLungo
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** Rap Starr (2011) A double disc HipHop side project that was critically acclaimed for it's [[TheGoldenAgeOfHipHop Golden Age]] [[{{Retraux}} throwback]] [[TheNineties nineties sound]].
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** Rap Starr (2011) A double disc HipHop side project that was critically acclaimed for it's [[TheGoldenAgeOfHipHop its [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfHipHop Golden Age]] [[{{Retraux}} throwback]] [[TheNineties nineties sound]].
9th Jan '16 7:17:32 AM Morgenthaler
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X Meets Y isn't supposed to get crosswicks.
* XmeetsY: LivingColour, TheIsleyBrothers, {{Sade}} circa [[GloryDays Diamond Life to Love Delux]], Mother's Finest, every hard rock/metal band from TheEighties, and, Mr Bungle by way of Music/DreamTheater, SymphonyX, {{Yes}}, and KingCrimson. And the vocal harmony of Brownstone, and En Vogue fronted by a singer who was Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, and Whitney Houston wrapped in one person....sort of. ** One music critic even claimed they were basically a more polished coherent version of Mr Bungle. Or alternatively in the beginning some labeled them proggish Nu Metal.
16th Dec '15 7:44:40 PM Doug86
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* JailBait: Lolita (a song about a promiscuous 13 year old, told from her perspective), Innocence (about a 10 year old girl imitating her mother by making video's of her self doing ThreeMinutesOfWrithing in a bikini, video was made with Scorpion's niece and it was highly controversial), Bad Judgement (about a 21 year old guy who can't stop having sex with his next door neighbor whom is 11, he pays serious consequences for it), No I.D. (a song about their underage groupies), Young Casanova (a rare male example that debates the DoubleStandard of this trope regarding a 16 year old, and 13 year old boy), Peach Fuzz (which might be a story loosely based on Scorpion as a kid, also doubles as a ComingOfAgeStory, and SexAsARiteOfPassage).
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* JailBait: Lolita (a song about a promiscuous 13 year old, told from her perspective), Innocence (about a 10 year old girl imitating her mother by making video's of her self doing ThreeMinutesOfWrithing in a bikini, video was made with Scorpion's niece and it was highly controversial), Bad Judgement (about a 21 year old guy who can't stop having sex with his next door neighbor whom is 11, he pays serious consequences for it), No I.D. (a song about their underage groupies), Young Casanova (a rare male example that debates the DoubleStandard of this trope regarding a 16 year old, and 13 year old boy), Peach Fuzz (which might be a story loosely based on Scorpion as a kid, also doubles as a ComingOfAgeStory, and SexAsARiteOfPassage).SexAsRiteOfPassage).
25th Jul '15 6:02:02 PM nombretomado
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* ConceptVideo: Almost all of them really, ESPECIALLY videos for Gears Of The Starr. Which are reminiscent of the aesthetics of films like ''Film/SkyCaptainAndTheWorldOfTomorrow'' (With a little bit of The Crimebusters era of Watchmen thrown in), ''Film/DarkCity, Film/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'', and ''Film/BladeRunner''. Also they were heavily influenced by MichaelJackson's short films.
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* ConceptVideo: Almost all of them really, ESPECIALLY videos for Gears Of The Starr. Which are reminiscent of the aesthetics of films like ''Film/SkyCaptainAndTheWorldOfTomorrow'' (With a little bit of The Crimebusters era of Watchmen thrown in), ''Film/DarkCity, Film/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'', and ''Film/BladeRunner''. Also they were heavily influenced by MichaelJackson's Music/MichaelJackson's short films.
3rd Jul '15 4:27:21 PM nombretomado
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* FandomRivalry: With LadyGaga, which is basically a war of popularity more so than music. Became more hostile when Outlaw Starr released G.O.T.S. on the same date as ''Born This Way''. Gaga sold 1.108 million copies, But Outlaw Starr tripled those sales selling 3.770 million, holding her first potential number one album for it's entire charting run at number 2. Ironically though gaga still got all of the fanfare for the most part. So technically everybody wins right? Don't let the opposing fan basses hear that.
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* FandomRivalry: With LadyGaga, Music/LadyGaga, which is basically a war of popularity more so than music. Became more hostile when Outlaw Starr released G.O.T.S. on the same date as ''Born This Way''. Gaga sold 1.108 million copies, But Outlaw Starr tripled those sales selling 3.770 million, holding her first potential number one album for it's entire charting run at number 2. Ironically though gaga still got all of the fanfare for the most part. So technically everybody wins right? Don't let the opposing fan basses hear that.
23rd Jun '15 7:01:50 AM Morgenthaler
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* FilleFatale: Dark Angel, a very dark and disturbing song about a manipulative slutty, sociopathic 13 year old girl. Think [[BasicInstinct Catherine Trammel]] in Tyke form....but ''worse''.
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* FilleFatale: Dark Angel, a very dark and disturbing song about a manipulative slutty, sociopathic 13 year old girl. Think [[BasicInstinct [[Film/BasicInstinct Catherine Trammel]] in Tyke form....but ''worse''.
2nd Dec '14 12:30:57 PM nombretomado
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* FriendlyFandoms: With BoneThugsNHarmony thanks to scorpion being in the same super group (The Eternal Ones) with them, LinkinPark (they're on Outlaw Starr's record label), FaithNoMore, Music/DreamTheater, XJapan, Blackdragon (another genre busting band), Black Diamond (another all black female hard rock/soul quintet), Indigo Tribe (a Alterna-prog rock, soul, psychedelic rock, alternative hip hop band), Black Butterfly (another all black alternative metal/soul band), in fact all of the black rock bands as Outlaw Starr is part of the "Black Rock Coalition", LimpBizkit at first, sorta-kinda with The Roots, all of their side bands and groups for obvious reasons, Korn, Sevendust, LivingColour, Sade, Michael Jackson.
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* FriendlyFandoms: With BoneThugsNHarmony Music/BoneThugsNHarmony thanks to scorpion being in the same super group (The Eternal Ones) with them, LinkinPark (they're on Outlaw Starr's record label), FaithNoMore, Music/DreamTheater, XJapan, Blackdragon (another genre busting band), Black Diamond (another all black female hard rock/soul quintet), Indigo Tribe (a Alterna-prog rock, soul, psychedelic rock, alternative hip hop band), Black Butterfly (another all black alternative metal/soul band), in fact all of the black rock bands as Outlaw Starr is part of the "Black Rock Coalition", LimpBizkit at first, sorta-kinda with The Roots, all of their side bands and groups for obvious reasons, Korn, Sevendust, LivingColour, Sade, Michael Jackson.
4th Oct '14 10:15:19 AM m8e
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** HardRock, Melodic Metalcore, {{Techno}}, Music/HeavyMetal, RapRock, Gothic rock, HipHop, {{Horrorcore}}, Funk Rock, Funk Metal, AlternativeHipHop, AlternativeMetal, NewWaveMusic, HardcoreHipHop, SpeedMetal, PoliticalRap, IndustrialMetal, Electro/Synth Funk, Electro, Dance Metal, Contemporary/Smooth Jazz, Psychedelic Rock, Psychedelic Soul, Contemporary R&B, RapMetal, Neo-Soul, Arena rock, Pop Rock, Retro-Soul, Acid Jazz, SophistiPop, Acid Rock, GangstaRap, NuMetal, Neoclassical Power Metal, ProgressiveRock, ProgressiveMetal, Industrial Rock, Quiet Storm Soul, Cello Rock/Metal, Synth Pop, Synth Rock, Synth Metal, {{Shoegazing}}, Reggae, Space Rock, Space Metal, Dance hall Reggae, Gothic Metal, ConsciousHipHop, SymphonicMetal, PowerMetal, Dream Metal, Dream Rock [[note]]basically DreamPop mixed with Metal and or Rock[[/note]].
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** HardRock, Melodic Metalcore, {{Techno}}, Music/HeavyMetal, HeavyMetal, RapRock, Gothic rock, HipHop, {{Horrorcore}}, Funk Rock, Funk Metal, AlternativeHipHop, AlternativeMetal, NewWaveMusic, HardcoreHipHop, SpeedMetal, PoliticalRap, IndustrialMetal, Electro/Synth Funk, Electro, Dance Metal, Contemporary/Smooth Jazz, Psychedelic Rock, Psychedelic Soul, Contemporary R&B, RapMetal, Neo-Soul, Arena rock, Pop Rock, Retro-Soul, Acid Jazz, SophistiPop, Acid Rock, GangstaRap, NuMetal, Neoclassical Power Metal, ProgressiveRock, ProgressiveMetal, Industrial Rock, Quiet Storm Soul, Cello Rock/Metal, Synth Pop, Synth Rock, Synth Metal, {{Shoegazing}}, Reggae, Space Rock, Space Metal, Dance hall Reggae, Gothic Metal, ConsciousHipHop, SymphonicMetal, PowerMetal, Dream Metal, Dream Rock [[note]]basically DreamPop mixed with Metal and or Rock[[/note]].
8th Jul '14 6:43:25 AM SeptimusHeap
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Sure Why Not is now Ascended Fanon. It's also Trivia. Bad examples and ZCE are being removed - If you disagree, feel free to restore with proper context.
Initially being a guitar driven Hard Rock & Soul band, the sound changed when more members were added to the line up whom had experiences with different styles. Eventually the band's style pretty much became [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly unclassifiable]], GenreBusting and GenreRoulette. The band debated on what genre was going to be the bands sound. After a small debate Tish just shrugged and asked [[ThrowItIn why can't we just do them all]]?, and the band was like SureWhyNot. Of course if you must categorize them they're a proggish hard rock band with a rapper/soul singer as lead vocalist. With heavy emphasis on song writing, rhythm, melody, vocal harmony and solos....''LOTS'' of solos. They also double as a production team, helping produce albums for other artists. Themes and topics of the band range from sociopolitical issues regarding gender, race & racism, spirituality, classism, sexual liberation, empowerment, speculative fiction (horror, fantasy, science fiction), and just simple violence. The band is also very media savvy, embracing online media and social networks before other artists understood the potential. As of right now the band is on hiatus, [[YouCanPanicNow and the fans are freaking out]].
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Initially being a guitar driven Hard Rock & Soul band, the sound changed when more members were added to the line up whom had experiences with different styles. Eventually the band's style pretty much became [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly unclassifiable]], GenreBusting and GenreRoulette. The band debated on what genre was going to be the bands sound. After a small debate Tish just shrugged and asked [[ThrowItIn why can't we just do them all]]?, and the band was like SureWhyNot.made that AscendedFanon. Of course if you must categorize them they're a proggish hard rock band with a rapper/soul singer as lead vocalist. With heavy emphasis on song writing, rhythm, melody, vocal harmony and solos....''LOTS'' of solos. They also double as a production team, helping produce albums for other artists. Themes and topics of the band range from sociopolitical issues regarding gender, race & racism, spirituality, classism, sexual liberation, empowerment, speculative fiction (horror, fantasy, science fiction), and just simple violence. The band is also very media savvy, embracing online media and social networks before other artists understood the potential. As of right now the band is on hiatus, [[YouCanPanicNow and the fans are freaking out]].
7th Jul '14 2:44:16 AM SeptimusHeap
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Surprisingly enough, during Tish's college years she eventually would regroup with her clique from her child hood. And discovered that some actually stuck to becoming musicians. The problem however was that most of them primarily became guitarists. Tish then decided that was gonna be a part of the band's design, and image. She in essence wanted the guitarists to be the WuTangClan of guitarists, and wanted them to harness their rapping skills in addition to their singing and guitar playing. Over the latter decade of TheNineties they would add more, and more extended band members to the coalition eventually choosing to simply consolidate them all into one definitive mega line up. Of course Tish also did this so they wouldn't go form another competing band.
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Surprisingly enough, during Tish's college years she eventually would regroup with her clique from her child hood. And discovered that some actually stuck to becoming musicians. The problem however was that most of them primarily became guitarists. Tish then decided that was gonna be a part of the band's design, and image. She in essence wanted the guitarists to be the WuTangClan Music/WuTangClan of guitarists, and wanted them to harness their rapping skills in addition to their singing and guitar playing. Over the latter decade of TheNineties they would add more, and more extended band members to the coalition eventually choosing to simply consolidate them all into one definitive mega line up. Of course Tish also did this so they wouldn't go form another competing band.
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